With a capacity of 35,000, the stadium in Benguela, yet to be officially named, is the second largest of the four and will host one of the semi finals. Photos by Louise Redvers in Angola.
The Benguela stadium is set amid what was once a vast banana plantation, the modern white and steel stadium is open at one end to give a spectacular sea view from the upper levels.
There are currently 700 Chinese labourers working on site, along with around 250 Angolan staff. State radio says the construction in 90% complete.
This is an artist's impression of what the stadium in Benguela should look like.
Lubango's colourful stadium will hold 20,000 people and has cost around 100 million US Dollars.
The area around the stadium remains a dusty shanty town but there are plans to landscape the area around the car parking spaces and teams are currently choosing locally-grown trees to plant in the space.
The seats are in one side of the stadium and the players dressing rooms and media areas are being tiled and painted. There are just 280 workers on site with the work nearing completion.
This is an artist's impression of what the Lubango stadium should look like.
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